Portraits of a building, Grosvenor Gardens 78, London, UK
How much of art is tangible? How much of it should be documented? On March 15th 2014, Inga Krymskaya, started creating a site-specific installation in a former office building in London Victoria’s Grosvenor Gardens. The artist took over the building when it was in “limbo,” (the building has now been redeveloped into residential apartments.) No fancy art gallery here, when you go and see Inga’s art, you visit an actual architectural site that is a constant work-in-progress. The building is somewhere in-between, defined as a “negative space”.
Triptych " Cables of life". Mixed media on paper, Mounted on dibond, Coating with liquid glass 160 x 90cm each, total 160x 270cm
Portraits of a building, “In Limbo”, No5
Portraits of a building, “In Limbo”, No7
Portraits of a building, “In Limbo”, No16